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Caernarfon Station.

Who were the drivers and staff?

The LMS 'Patriot' class locomotive standing in the Bangor Bay platform at Caernarfon station is on the occasionof it's naming ceremony in the 1930's. Her running number was 5515 and she was named "Caernarvon".
Other same class locomotives were named after Bangor, Holyhead, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, and Rhyl.
Most of the nameplates were given to the various named towns when the locomotives were withdrawn.
I've seen Holyhead and Colwyn Bay displayed in their town halls. I wonder what happened to Caernarvon?
Supplied by Tom Holland Roberts

 

Caernarfon to Anglesey Ferry.

Who was the captain and crew?

Can anyone tell us about this time and the service provided?

 

 

High Street.

R.W.Yacht Club, (Porthyraur).

Customs House Vaults

Bulkeley Arms

Packet House

Snowdon Arms

Market Street. Vaults

Commercial Vaults

Angel Vaults

Griffith Owen (Off licence)

Staar Bach

Queens Bach, Pepper Lane

Ped Lion Bach

Turkey Shore

Patent Slip

Segontium Terrace

Albert Inn

Crown Street

Rose & Crown

Trumpeter

Crown

Seven Bells

Northgate St

Black Boy Inn

Fleur de Lys

Gomer

Llanfair Arms

Hole in the Wall Street

Market Vaults

Hole in the Wall Vaults

Jones & Price Vaults

Four Alls

Pool Street

Yr Avon

Pen

County Vaults

Vaults Armstrong

Anglesey Inn

Castle St

Sportsman Hotel

Kings Head

Castle Square

Castle Hotel

Britannia Inn

Chapel St

Albion Inn

New Street

Globe Inn

Garnon Street

Garnett Arms

Llanbeblig Road

Eagle Hotel

Palace Street

Vaynol Arms

Bridge Street

Holland Arms

George Inn

Booth Hotel

Sign

Bangor Street

Ship & Castle

Prince of Wales

Alexandra Hotel

White Horse

Royal Hotel

Three Crowns

Station Hotel

Uxbridge Hotel (Now Bron Ceris) Later moved to Royal Hotel

Now go to Dafydd Llewelyn's History of the Streets of Caernarfon

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